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Creative Gigaworks S750 9 pin color code

Hi, to cut a long story short I currently have a stripped 9 pin connector from the control pod. I'm unable to repair the connector due to the fact that I require a schematic displaying the color codes of the connector.

After corresponding with Creative they refuse to assist me and request that I ship the unit to Singapore to repair a simple plug. According to them it's considered confidential info.

I would appreciate any help whatsoever.


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Re: Creative Gigaworks S750 9 pin color code

First things first:

This is not a special and critical eq. from creative, you can take it to the reapair shop and they sometimes have the schematics, other than this, sorry you have to RMS to CREATIVE.

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